As if a five-hour finale night wasn't enough, ABC is adding another event to the Lost farewell lineup.
The penultimate episode will be screened a week before it airs at "Lost Live: The Final Celebration." Several cast members — including...
Matthew Fox, Lost
Since there's no new episode of Lost this week, let's talk about the series finale. With only four episodes left, the biggest and juiciest mysteries will be solved by May 23. However, a mystery no one saw coming may be in the final moments of the series. A call sheet for the final scene was leaked, and if it's real, it's so spoilery that we won't even write about it here. So find out what may be in store for the Lostaways in the video below:
With The Good Wife's first season coming to a close, the partners at Stern, Lockhart & Gardner must finally decide between hiring junior associates Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) permanently.
"There are some big changes that are going to happen with the relationship between Cary and Alicia...
The remaining seven couples luck out with two routines on Dancing with the Stars. Each pair must perform either the samba or the Argentine tango before they all face off in the swing marathon. How did everyone fare? Find out below!
The moment ABC announced its revamp of V, fans of the original miniseries remembered its terrifying birth scene and wondered: Could the new version be as creep-tastic?
Yes and no, says Lourdes Benedicto, who plays unfortunate mom-to-be Val.
Who will be joining the Fifth Column on V?
"By the end of the season, she is going to have the baby," Benedicto tells TVGuide.com, though the blessed event might not be...
Jack McBrayer and Conan O'Brien
Until Conan O'Brien is legally able to appear on TV in the fall, he's trying a different way to make people laugh: a stage show.
Conan O'Brien debuts on stage with Self-Pleasuring Panda
O'Brien returned to Los Angeles over the weekend to perform at the Gibson Amphitheatre, which is just a few buildings away from his now-vacant Tonight Show stage. The proximity fueled the comedian further in taking on evil television executives, comparing NBC to Lord of the Rings' Mordor, the place where television the ring goes to die.
So how is Coco moving on, besides, of course, getting his own TV show on TBS?